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Drama Student Handbook

Welcome to this collection of information to help you during your time in Exeter. Please bookmark this page and refer to it when you have questions about the department, your course or our facilities.

Induction for students working in our buildings during the Covid-19 pandemic: Studying Drama and Covid-19

The handbook is organised into five sections:

1) Being A Student in Drama
Covering what we expect of you, our facilities, how to make bookings, some advice, how Term 3 works, where to go for help.

2) Studying Drama
Covering assessment, writing essays, study abroad, study support and scholarship opportunities

3) Your Wellbeing
How to get support when you need it, health & safety, security, the personal tutoring system

4) Outside the Department
Working beyond the course, the arts in Exeter, volunteering

5) Beyond Your Degree
How to improve your employability, and get the most from your University experience

If you're new to Exeter you can find information about the campus and registration at the New Students website.

The Tech Team, upstairs in the Alexander Building, can help with queries about facilities, equipment and the practical aspects of your studies.
Their contact details are:
by phone: +44 (0) 1392 724599 or by email

For general study queries or information about your course, please contact the Education team based in the Info @ Thornlea hub.
Their contact details are:
by phone +44 (0) 1392 725312 or by email

**Please note: the bulk of this handbook has not been updated with new procedures and rules around Covid-19 - please read the induction at the top of the page for full details**

College Taught Handbook

For College wide policies and procedures for taught students, including information about attendance, mitigation and support, please see the College Taught Handbook